Bachelor of Commerce in Management Sciences with Tourism and Recreation Skills
The BCom (Management Science) is a broad degree programme offered by the Faculty of Economics and Management Science.
Mathematics level 3 OR Mathematical Literacy level 6
Afrikaans OR English level 4
DURATION: 3 years
Although this qualification offers graduates access to the entire tourism industry, BCom qualifications are focused on the management of the industry and businesses.
It creates specific access to careers such as tourism economists, tourism managers, marketers, researchers, lecturers, consultants, guesthouse managers, and event managers in both private and public enterprises.
Is tourism management a good career?
If you have a love of travelling, a passion for people and are a great ambassador for SA, tourism management is a worthwhile career option for you.
If you answer Yes to most of these questions, you could have what it takes to be a successful tourism manager.
BCOM Tourism Management Salary
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), Tourism Management Jobs by Salary
|Project Assistant||Range: R80k – R262k (Estimated )|
|Office Manager||Range: R124k – R464k (Estimated )|
|Marketing Manager||Range: R287k – R757k (Estimated )|
|Marketing Coordinator||Range: R81k – R245k (Estimated )|
What comes under tourism management?
Tourism Planning and Development.
Tourism Policy and Strategy.
Special Interest Tourism.
The Significance and Impact of Tourism.
Resort and Casino Management.
Governance and Tourism.
Human Resource Management in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure Services.